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(p. 191) Collaboration Between Universities and Public Behavioral Health Organizations: Analysis and Discussion 

(p. 191) Collaboration Between Universities and Public Behavioral Health Organizations: Analysis and Discussion
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(p. 191) Collaboration Between Universities and Public Behavioral Health Organizations: Analysis and Discussion
Author(s):

Kirk Heilbrun

, Christy Giallella

, H. Jean Wright

, David DeMatteo

, Patricia Griffin

, Benjamin Locklair

, David Ayers

, Alisha Desai

, and Victoria Pietruszka

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190052850.003.0011
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date: 01 March 2021

This book’s major purpose is to offer detailed information about successful collaborations between universities and public behavioral health organizations in criminal justice contexts. This final chapter distills the descriptions of collaborative projects offered in the previous nine contributed chapters into a series of “lessons learned” toward building, operating, and sustaining a successful collaboration. The lessons are offered in particular areas: planning, working together, training, consultation, financial considerations, personnel, and research. This volume, including the nine specific exemplary projects and the final “lessons learned” chapter, has implications for comparable collaborations between universities and public behavioral health organizations in a criminal justice context.

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